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It’s hard to get the point across with a single game, even with two what you are trying to say can get lost in everything that you are trying to do. The third game is what gives your gaming audience the time to digest what you want them to see which in this situation it is the kind of games you want to make. With the release of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice we can finally see what kind of games that we can continue to expect out of From Software, historically inspired, dark, and difficult RPGs. First, let’s look at what exactly the first “Souls” games were and how they laid the foundation for what this game pattern that I’m talking about. Demon Souls is a medieval inspired RPG that pits you against, well obviously, demons of all varying shapes and sizes that make staying alive more than a little…

Here we go again, it seems like Nether Realm Studios can’t catch a break when it comes to keeping anything about the most recent Mortal Kombat game. MK 11 isn’t even out yet and the entire roster leaked before half of them were even announced and now it seems like all of the DLC is being leaked too! Data Miners from Reddit have cracked the Nintendo Switch version of the notorious fighting game and managed to find probably the only secrets this game had left including supposedly all of the DLC Kombatants and the possibility of even more. This is just a reminder that every leak should be taken with a grain of salt until confirmed by the developers, so now that we’re reminded we can move on to the actual leaks. [SPOILER WARNING IF YOU CONTINUE YOU WILL SPOIL THE DLC OF MK 11 FOR YOURSELF] The Image below…

MMOs were revolutionary when they first arrived on the gaming scene, and although they seem to have left the limelight, they are very much running strong. Unless you were already an active part of these communities, you would never know, but all of the games on this list receive regular updates, and most were updated within a week of the publishing of this very article even. So, here are our top picks for MMOs in 2019! 5. Star Wars: The Old Republic When Star Wars: The Old Republic came onto the scene it exploded in popularity and although the hype has died down a bit, there is still a very dedicated community and for good reason. SW: TOR is the most expansive Star Wars game to date, allowing you to live out every possible Star Wars fantasy you might have, wanna play as a Good Sith? Done. Wanna play as…

I couldn’t count on two hands the number of tier lists for SSBU, but not everyone is interested in which fighter is considered S-tier or which ones can make a 0% to death combo. Sometimes people want to know which character is just plain fun to play, and that’s where this list comes in. So for every casual Smash player out there, this one’s for you. Our Top 5 most fun characters to play in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate! Before we get started I want to preface this by saying that this list is in no particular order, every fighter in Smash could have been on this list but here we are just as universal of a list as possible. With that out of the way, onto the list. Little Mac – The Lightweight You thought Sonic was fast? Little Mac puts the hedgehog to shame and if you disagree…

Starting to get into World of Tanks now can be intimidating, information flows at you like a raging river right and it can get kinda hard to make the crucial decisions, especially the choice of which nation of Tanks to call your own. The decision of which tank line to start with is as much an important one as it is a long-lasting one, with you having to get to tier 10 with a nation before moving on to another which requires a lot of hours, or money, to do. So if you are feeling lost and don’t know which tank line to pick we’re here to help. 5. Italian Here is a fun fact for newcomers to WoT, a game mechanic is bouncing off shots, and there is hardly a better line for that than the Italian track. Basically the WoT’s glass cannon, the Italian line focuses on mobility…

If you have ever played Warframe you probably know two things. One that nearly every warframe is unique and it is hard to make a true “Best Of” list because of that, and two that it is sure confusing to look up Warframe warframes. So in light of that first point this list isn’t in a 1-5 format, these are just the best warframes we could find all grouped up into a single list and that all of these are the best in their own right so this list is in NO PARTICULAR ORDER. So with that out of the way, lets get to the list! Octavia Have you ever wanted to make music and kill enemies at the same time? Well, Warframe has the perfect warframe for you. Octavia is mixing beats and making death with a customizable instrument of death (literally!) that allows you to create a song…

Who doesn’t love free stuff? Right? like if I offered you a free sandwich would you honestly say no? So why would you do it with a video game? The FTP market may be oversaturated but there are still some gems hidden in all that mess, and that is what we are here for. So today I’m breaking down the best games on the PS4 that not only won’t break the bank, they won’t even tough your wallet. 5. Brawlhalla If you want to play Super Smash Bros’ but don’t have a Switch this is your next best pick. Brawlhalla is a fighting game that works in much the same way as the SSB series, you pick a champion and fight with up to four of your friends in home or online in a 2D platform mayhem brawl. While the gameplay isn’t quite as tight as it’s predecessor the game…

Have you ever had a family member that loves their childhood and just won’t shut up about it? Like the uncle that peaked in high school that could go on for days about his old football career, or your mom who just keeps telling stories of what a rebel she was way back when but no matter what it is they talk about you start to hate it? Well sadly the passage of time affects us all and eventually, our generation becomes those people and it seems like the current shtick is 90’s video games. Don’t get me wrong, I totally appreciate that generation for giving us some amazing storytelling and paving the way for so many amazing games, the Monkey Island games, the Doom series, this was the generation where console gaming hit its stride so I will forever be eternally grateful. What you have to admit though is…

If you’ve been around the video game block long enough you know that video games can be terrifying, the ways that developers push the bounds with horror games these day can be amazing, but the important word there is CAN. For every Bioshock there is a thousand garbage Five Nights at Freddie’s ripoffs that just throw a slightly creepy visual at you with some loud noise and quick movement and they expect you to be scared every time the same animation happens. Boring, boring, boring. Sure it catches you off guard the first couple of times but after that it just kinda wears you down and you miss the good ol’ days of Silent Hill 2 or Resident Evil, but every once in a while there comes a game that manages to do something special. This list is celebrating the games that can provide that creepy, eerie feeling that horror…

From Lair of the Shadow Broker to cosmetic horse armor, there has been varying degrees of quality when it comes to DLC but is it all just too much? Now don’t get me wrong I have absolutely L O V E D some DLC, the aforementioned Lair of the Shadow Broker, RDR Undead Nightmare, and Blood and Wine from Witcher 3 to name a few but I am also just getting worn out with DLC. For every Ballad of Gay Tony, there is a thousand garbage, poorly thought out, overly expensive, could have been in the game from the start pieces of trash that populate our online gaming stores., and it just wears you down after a while. Even some great DLC can still be damaging to the gaming community as a whole, like the upcoming Mortal Kombat 11, the game has already announced six whole DLC fighters to be…